Schiely is Named to 2005 LSC South All-Academic Team
Lindsay Schiely (Sr., MB, Portland, OR/Clackamas Community College) was rewarded for her academic and athletic achievements by being selected to the 2005 Lone Star Conference South Division All-Academic Team. Kristi Britain (Sr., OH, Fort Sumner, NM/Fort Sumner HS) and Kristen Van Wettering (Jr., OH, Portales, NM/Portales HS) each qualified for the LSC South Division Commissioner’s Honor Roll for the second time.[more]
ENMU’s Schiely is First Team All-LSC South, George Receives Honorable Mention
Eastern New Mexico University’s two returning starters have been selected All-Lone Star Conference South Division for the 2005 season. Lindsay Schiely (Sr., MB, Portland, OR/Clackamas CC) replicated last year’s selection by being chosen to the All-LSC South First Team. Grace George (Jr., MB, Kaaawa, HI/Kahuku HS) was chosen All-LSC South Honorable Mention for the second consecutive season.[more]
Lindsay Schiely Named First Team ESPN The Magazine All-District 6
Eastern New Mexico University’s Lindsay Schiely (Sr., MB, Portland, OR/Clackamas CC) continues to rack up awards, adding a First Team selection to the 2005 ESPN The Magazine College Division Academic All-District 6 Team to her collection. Schiely, the only returning senior starter for the Zias this season, was chosen for her athletic and academic accomplishments.[more]
Tarleton State Wins Final Two Games of a 3-1 Victory over ENMU
In its final road game of the season, Eastern New Mexico University lost the final two games in a 3-1 defeat to Tarleton State University on Saturday, Oct. 29 in a Lone Star Conference South Division match. The Zias lost 26-30, 31-29, 25-30 and 21-30 and dropped their overall record to 7-18, 2-6 in the LSC South. The TexAnns improved their record to 16-15 overall and 2-7 in the LSC South.[more]
ENMU Squanders a 2-1 Lead, Losing in 5 Games at TAMU-Kingsville
Eastern New Mexico University lost the final two games in a five game loss to Texas A&M University-Kingsville in a Lone Star Conference South Division contest on Thursday, Oct. 27. The Zias dropped their overall record to 7-17 and their LSC South record to 2-5, losing the match 31-29, 26-30, 30-19, 20-30 and 12-15. The Javelinas clinched a berth to the LSC Tournament as they improved to 10-17 overall and 5-3 in the LSC South.[more]
ENMU Head Coach Mike Maguire Gets His 400th Career Victory, 3-0, Over Panhandle
In his 20th year as a collegiate head coach, Mike Maguire recorded his 400th career victory in Eastern New Mexico University’s 3-0 defeat of Oklahoma Panhandle State University on Tuesday, Oct. 18 at Greyhound Arena. The Zias won 30-19, 30-17 and 30-23 as they improved their overall record to 7-15. The Lady Aggies remained winless in the 25 matches they have played this season.[more]
ENMU Can’t Capitalize on a 2-1 Lead in a 5-Game Loss To SE Oklahoma
In the final match of the 2nd Lone Star Conference Crossover Tournament, Eastern New Mexico University lost 2-3 to Southeastern Oklahoma State University on Saturday, Oct. 15. The Zias lost all four matches they played in the tournament and dropped their record to 6-14 overall. The Lady Savages recorded their first-ever win over ENMU and improved to a 14-12 overall record in the 30-26, 25-30, 22-30, 30-24 and 15-9 win.[more]
Eastern Cannot Rally From 0-2 Deficit in a 1-3 Loss to Midwestern
After scoring only 25 points combined in the first two games, Eastern New Mexico University won the third game before losing the match 1-3 against Midwestern State University at the 2nd Lone Star Conference Crossover Tournament on Saturday, Oct. 15. The Zias lost the match 13-30, 12-30, 30-24 and 16-30 to drop their record to 6-14 overall. The Lady Indians improved their overall record to 19-8 this season. [more]
Eastern Falls Short in Comeback
Attempt, Losing to TAMU-Commerce in Five Games
Facing a 2-0 deficit, Eastern New Mexico University rallied, but fell short in the fifth game against Texas A&M University-Commerce in the 2nd Lone Star Conference Crossover Tournament on Friday, Oct. 14. The Zias lost 20-30, 20-30, 30 28, 30-26 and 9-15, dropping their overall record to 6-13. LSC North Division’s Lions improved their record to 8-13 overall.[more]
Eastern Falls to West Texas, 3-1, in LSC South Match
After evening its Lone Star Conference match against West Texas A&m University at 1-1, Eastern New Mexico University lost the next two games in a 3-1 defeat to the Lady Buffs, Tuesday, Oct. 11 in Greyhound Arena. WTAMU won 30-25, 29-31, 30-24, 30-23, which improved the Lady Buffs to 17-7 overall and to 4-1 in the LSC South. The Zias dropped to 6-11 overall, 2-3 in the LSC South.
Grace George (Jr., MB, Kaaawa, HI/Kahuku HS) led the Zias with 20 kills, a season high, and also provided four block assists. Lindsay Schiely (Sr., MB, Portland, OR/Clackamas CC) was the only other Zia to record double-digit kills with 13 to go with a team-leading .370 hitting percentage. Schiely leads the Zias with 243 kills and a .348 hitting percentage this season.
Zias Overcome 2-1 Deficit in 3-2 Win at Angelo State
Schiely Registers Career-High 29 Kills
Eastern New Mexico University took a 1-0 lead, then lost the next two games, before winning the final two games in a 3-2 Lone Star Conference victory over Angelo State University on Saturday, Oct. 8, at the Junell Center. The Zias won the match, 30-17, 15-30, 21-30, 30-28, 15-11, as they improved their overall record to 6-10 and evened their LSC South record at 2-2. The Rambelles dropped to 9-11 overall, 1-4 in the LSC South.
Lindsay Schiely (Sr., MB, Portland, OR/Clackamas CC) led the ENMU attack with a career-high 29 kills. She nearly had a perfect match, with no hitting errors on her way to an impressive .630 hitting percentage. Her kill total is believed to be the most in one match without an error in ENMU history. [more]
ENMU Loses 3-0 Against 14th-Ranked ACU in Abilene
Eastern New Mexico University was unable to overcome the consistent play of the hottest team in the Lone Star Conference, as the Zias lost 3-0 to Abilene Christian University, 30-26, 30-20, 30-17, on Thursday, Oct. 6 at Moody Coliseum. The Zias dropped to 1-2 in the Lone Star Conference South Division and to 5-10 overall. The Wildcats extended their winning streak to 15 matches to tie a school record and improved to 15-3 overall and to 5-0 in the LSC South.
Eastern came into the match knowing ACU had not lost at home since Oct. 11, 2003, a
streak that improved to 30 matches in the Wildcats’ victory. After staying close in the first game and most of the second, the Zias were overcome by ACU, which is ranked 14th in the most recent NCAA Division II Poll by the American Volleyball Coaches Association (AVCA). [more]
ENMU Rallies Past Lubbock Christian for 3-2 Win
Schiely Leads the Way with 24 Kills
Eastern New Mexico University rallied from 1-0 and 2-1 deficits for a 3-2 win against Lubbock Christian University in a non-conference volleyball match on Tuesday, Oct. 4 at Greyhound Arena. The Zias improved their overall record to 5-9 with the 25-30, 30-27, 24-30, 30-25, 15-12 victory. The Lady Chaps dropped to 14-7 overall.
Lindsay Schiely (Sr., MB, Portland, OR/Clackamas CC) provided a 24 kills to equal her season high set against Texas Woman's University in a 3-2 win on Sept. 16. Grace George (Jr., MB, Kaaawa, HI/Kahuku HS) added 15 kills, while Amber Davis (Sr., MB, Colorado Springs, CO/Dodge City CC), Rhea Wortman (Fr., OH, Prineville, OR/Crook County HS) and Kristi Britain (Sr., OH, Fort Sumner, NM/Fort Sumner HS) each provided 11 kills.
Britain and Vanessa Wilcox (Fr., LIB, Houston, TX/Kempner HS) tied for the team lead with 21 digs apiece. Schiely earned six total blocks, with Marcie LeGrand (Jr., RS, Amarillo, TX/Randall HS) and George each contributing five total blocks. Kathryn McCannell (Jr., S, Brandon, MAN, Canada/Bemidji State University) supplied 37 assists, while Kara Killian (Fr., S, Amarillo, TX/Randall HS) tacked on 31 assists. [more]
Zias Open LSC South Play with 3-0 Win over Tarleton State
The Eastern New Mexico University women’s volleyball team opened Lone Star Conference South Division play with a 3-0 win over Tarleton State University on Thursday, Sept. 29 at Greyhound Arena. ENMU won the first two games easily, 30-20 and 30-21, but had a tougher time in the third game before claiming a 30-28 victory. The Zias, playing in only their third home match of the season, improved their overall record to 4-8 while moving to 1-0 in the LSC South. The TexAnns dropped to 8-7 overall and remained winless in the LSC South with an 0-3 record.
Grace George (Jr., MB, Kaaawa, HI/Kahuku HS) led the offensive attack for Eastern in the first game with four kills. Kristi Britain (Sr., OH, Fort Sumner, NM/Fort Sumner HS), Amber Davis (Sr., MB, Colorado Springs, CO/Dodge City CC) and Rhea Wortman (Fr., OH, Prineville, OR/Crook County HS) each provided two kills, as Eastern took its largest lead of ten on the winning point. [more]
ENMU Evens Season Series with Wayland Baptist by Earning 3-1 Win over Pioneers
Schiely Leads Zias with 21 Kills
The Eastern New Mexico University women’s volleyball team made up for its loss in the season-opener at Wayland Baptist University by earning a 3-1 win over the Pioneers, 30-25, 27-30, 34-32 and 30-26, on Tuesday, Sept. 27 at Greyhound Arena. The Zias improved their record to 3-8, while the Pioneers dropped to 4-12. ENMU is 3-2 in its last five matches. WBU won the first meeting, 23-30, 30-24, 31-29, 30-17, on Aug. 30.
In just their second home match of the season, the Zias were able to keep the Pioneers at bay throughout the first game. Eastern relinquished the lead only once during the game, at 24-23, as the Zias took a 1-0 lead in the match. Senior middle blocker Lindsay Schiely (Portland, OR/Clackamas CC) provided five kills during the game, while setter Kathryn McCannell (Jr., Brandon, MAN, Canada/Bemidji State University) recorded 10 assists. [more]
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